The NSW Education Standards Authority is investigating Sydney schools linked to the conservative Catholic group Opus Dei.
Small-group tuition could help close Australia's massive gap in outcomes between advantaged and disadvantaged students, a new Grattan Institute report has found.
Every school can improve on their current achievement levels – but it takes a clear vision and strong procedural support.
The Student Wellbeing Hub recently invited community psychologist Dr Lyn O’Grady to share her insights on anxiety in primary and secondary school children and describe ways to support students at school as well as to assist their families to access further support.
We know how complex it can be to approach decolonising your library collection, so the Schools Catalogue Information Service (SCIS) team suggest some great ways to approach this essential project in your school library.
Maths teacher Peter Sherwin is well aware that low-level disruption in classrooms around Australia is “eating away at the morale of teachers” – so, he’s developed an evidence-backed formula for creating learning environments that breed order and achievement.
Renowned educational psychologist John Sweller has called out what he sees as a great anomaly within Australian education: the science behind human cognition remains largely ignored across the board.
New Zealand’s education system is in a state of deep malaise. For more than two decades, the literacy and numeracy achievement of our young people has been declining. The downward trend is clear, in both our national monitoring data and international tests like PISA.
I hated sitting exams at school and university.
Developing and rolling out an innovative aerospace curriculum has won high school teacher Nicholas Gates a 2022 TEACHX award from the Queensland College of Teachers.
Twenty-nine-year-old Kamilaroi man, Corey Tutt OAM, knows firsthand that pursuing a career in STEM is an uphill battle for young Indigenous Australians.